There is nothing like a prairie sunset. Saskatchewan may be flat, but it’s 100,000 lakes, it’s northern boreal forest and iconic prairie landscapes, make a strong argument that there’s still plenty to see. Freshwater fishing and water activities are but a few of the nature-centric travel options. From camping to hiking to cycling, the province boasts two National Parks and 35 provincial parks that offer transformative landscapes from rich prairies to dense boreal forest. Recalibrate in nature with the company of family and friends. Make a campfire and lay under the stars. How you immerse yourself in Saskatchewan’s raw and honest landscape is up to you.
Saskatchewan’s capital city of Regina and the cultural capital of Saskatoon both offer interesting attractions like a century-old symphony orchestra, home to the province’s century-old Canadian football team, the iconic Remai Modern Art Gallery and the award winning Indigenous Cultural Centre of Wanuskewin near Saskatoon.. An hour’s drive away are the relaxing spas and hot springs at Manitou. Both Regina and Saskatoon are year-round destinations, with a youthful demographic keeping the cities on their toes. Saskatoon is particularly defined by its continuous stream of events, performing arts and festivals that showcase the city’s artistically driven, culturally prolific energy. The city also boasts an excellent collection of restaurants and craft breweries offering a eclectic variety of food and drink to keep you ready for your next experience.
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